Writing Tutors in Encinitas, CA
Your student will be asked to write essays, stories, and reports throughout their elementary, middle, and high school career. Many students struggle in this area, but our private writing tutors can help.
Improving these skills is the pathway to better grades and better life outcomes.
Writing Tutors for Elementary Students
We can begin helping your student even as early as kindergarten. Students as young as 5 years old can begin learning grammar skills such as identifying simple nouns and verbs. This can aid them in their overall language composition.
Writing Tutors for Middle School Students
Middle school students learn how to unlock the integrated aspects of writing, including organizing ideas, letter formation, computer keyboarding, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and composition.
English Writing Tutors for High School Students
Is your high school student falling behind because they struggle to write coherent essays? Our essay writing tutors can help. In addition to helping students structure and compose their essays, we continue to work with them on the basic skills of organizing their ideas and improving their grammar and spelling.
Who can benefit from our creative writing tutors?
Any student or family wanting to improve their writing skills and who is willing to invest a little bit of time every single day. We serve K-12 students right here in Encinitas, CA.
Our reading and writing tutors can help with everything from basic skills to the complexities of crafting a coherent and interesting essay, skills which students will need for the rest of their lives.
Questions to ask yourself:
If so, this writing program is for you.
It's not easy to write well! It is a complex task that requires kids to master several skills.
They need to be able to:
Case Studies from Our English Writing Tutors
A 7th grade student example is below:
This student was attending one-to-one sessions for language comprehension and writing skills. He learned how to visualize what he was reading and hearing, and then summarize passages both verbally and in writing.
Tapioca is found within the roots of the cassava plant and is poisonous unless cooked.
A Spanish explorer was lost in the forests of Brazil and discovered the cassava plant. The explorer preferred an instant death to a long and painful death of starvation so he cooked the cassava plant with water and drank the mixture.
He not only survived but he liked the mixture.
After 15 Sessions
The origin of piggy banks began in the middle ages.
Piggy banks, although very small, have been around for a very long time.
Why is the children’s bank shaped like a pig? During the middle ages, metal was scarce and expensive. Utensils were called pyggy because of the type of metal used to make them. In time everything would be called pyggy.
During the middle ages there were no banks so people used what is known today as jars or jugs. Centuries later a manufacturer was asked to make a piggy bank. Not knowing the origin, he literally produced a large bank in the shape of a pig. This then became very popular.
Although the term pyggy has been around since the medieval times and used to make utensils, today, we have piggy banks that are shaped like a pig for children to save their coins. Fortunately, we have evolved into using banks where our money is kept safe instead of jars.
How it Works
Our 12-week writing program is designed to improve the following skills:
We can adapt our program for individual learners or for small groups. If called for, we can even integrate these programs with our other literacy and comprehension programs.
Students can attend sessions in small groups or get private, one-on-one tutoring sessions geared towards helping them master the writing process. In groups, the writing process is built into lesson plans for students who are receiving training in literacy and comprehension.
Why Integrative Learning?
Our writing tutors go above and beyond to help students become independent and confident writers. When their time in our program is complete, they'll be able to brainstorm ideas, convey key points, and write a complete, cohesive essay. Best of all, they'll overcome their fear of writing.
Call us at (760) 487-5245, or fill out our contact form to get started.
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